Wordless Wednesday 26 – Around Hyde Park Corner

Locally down Park Lane and Hyde Park Corner

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The Dorchester Hotel in Park Lane

The Hilton Hotel in Park Lane

Queen Elizabeth Gate locally known as Queen Mother Gates by Park Lane and Hyde Park

Wellington Arch Hyde Park Corner – which formerly was the home to one of London’s smallest police stations

Wellington Statue – Hyde Park Corner

Royal Artillery Memorial – Hyde Park Corner

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  1. another great tour…the Queen Mother Gates are interesting.
    Happy WW!
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  2. AndMilesToGo says:

    beautiful! Happy WW.
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  3. stevebethere
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    Thanks for visiying
    Happy WW!

  4. Great pictures- I would love to visit there !
    Hi Steve – come back & link up I finally got the linky widget up πŸ˜‰

  5. Ash says:

    Great pics! The Memorial one is so sad.
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  6. feefifoto says:

    The Dorchester is splendid and I adore the Art Nouveau gates.
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  7. Buckeroomama
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    It’s always nice to see bits and pieces of London here. πŸ™‚
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  8. especially love the Wellington Arch..very nice

  9. amandab says:

    As always, a lovely tour of the city πŸ™‚ I too love those gates.

    Happy WW, thanks for stopping by πŸ™‚

  10. mizhelle
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    the place looks fab! and i love the touch of red on almost all of it πŸ™‚
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  11. I like the Queen Mothers Gate too. is it enameled or does someone have to keep it painted? I am always surprised on how much you find to show us each week!
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  12. Sukhmandir Kaur
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    The red flowers really PoP out, couldn’t help myself and had to play I spy looking for a glllympse of Dr Jeckyle in Hyde park πŸ˜‰ Happy WW

  13. colleen says:

    Nice trees, nice tour!

  14. The famous Hyde park.. lovely pictures.. hope to be able to visit the place the next time we pop by London.
    Happy WW

  15. Uyen says:

    aaahhh…my weekly visit to London! Awesome…as usual!

  16. PippaD
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    I went for tea at the Dorchester just a couple of weeks ago… it was as posh as it sounds lol.
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  17. the Queen of Elizabeth gate looks pretty eye-catching. thanks for the weekly tour of London.
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  18. Hyde Park Corner is a great part of London to visit, so much history and of course Hyde Park and Green Park are a stones throw away.
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  19. Susan Adcox says:

    Nice tour. I was curious about the uniformity of the wreaths around the memorial. I wondered if they are placed there by the government, or is there simply a protocol for how wreaths should look?

  20. Russ
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    Great pictures as usual Steve. I don’t find the memorial sad. It is a great tribute and should be acknowledged as such. Feel proud for the people who gave their lives for us.

  21. Carrie
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    thanks for the tour!
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  22. Emm
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    Lovely photos Steve! My favourite is definitely the Royal Artillery Memorial with all of the poppy wreaths. I always love your themed Wordless Wednesdays.
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  23. AVCr8teur
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    I like the Royal Artillery Memorial too. Is it a special occasion or are wreaths placed there regularly? Thanks for the tour.
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